why America's growing involvement in the Vietnam war?

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what were the cause and effects of America's growing involvement in the Vietnam war?

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America's official military involvement in the Vietnam War lasted from 1965 to 1975, 10 long years. Prior to American involvement in the region Vietnam was a French colonial territory.

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The US became involved in Vietnam because they were afraid communism would spread if not stopped.

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The people of Vietnam fought the French and the Americans for independence and unification.

The Vietnamese people won, the country was unified, and independent.

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America became involved in the Vietnam War to prevent the expanse of Communism.

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From 1965 to 1973, US troops fought at the request of the governments of South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia during the Vietnam War against the military of North Vietnam and against Viet Cong, North Vietnam violated the Paris Peace Accords after the US withdrew, and all of Indochina had fallen to communist governments by late 1975

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